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JDM Utility - Miura vs A-Grind

JDM Utility   3 members have voted

  1. 1. Which is the better Utility club?

    • Miura Passing Point Neo Utility
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    • A-Grind Type-D Utility
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I am in dilemma to purchase either a Utility Club

My choice is either Miura Passing Point Neo Utility or A-Grind Type-D Utility. Which one will you purchase if you are me???

 

Both have similar price so price is not a factor. I am high handicapper so I'm finding clubs that are easy to launch

 

 

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On 1/16/2017 at 4:21 AM, vivavic said:

I am in dilemma to purchase either a Utility Club

My choice is either Miura Passing Point Neo Utility or A-Grind Type-D Utility. Which one will you purchase if you are me???

 

Both have similar price so price is not a factor. I am high handicapper so I'm finding clubs that are easy to launch

 

 

I would say go with PRGR Egg UT,  Yamaha UT,  JBeam TF-UT. 

Those are three UT's that have excellent feedback from our mid to high cappers.

A-Grind you may want to look at the DST UT.  Their stuff is pretty compact but oh so sexy!

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I just played the A Grind #4 has, which has a flatter lie at 59.5*(.370 hosel) versus the EGG 62* (.355 hosel).  The A Grind Proto is more solid feel.  The Egg has a tinny feel, but goes very straight.  I am going to play the A Grind. 

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I see some hybrids offered with the NS Pro steel FW shaft, anyone experience with these steel shafts in hybrids?   Considering A Grind Proto with steel shaft.  

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